Between COVID-19, the five named storms that hit the state in 2020 and the industry’s ever-present labor shortage, Louisiana contractors have spent the last year trying to get by with a maxed-out workforce and pandemic-related supply chain shortages.
Over the summer, BP marked the safe start-up of the Manuel project in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, the fourth of five major projects the energy company expects to deliver globally in 2021.
Six prefabricated modules forming an 80,000-sq-ft new concourse have rolled into place at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. Delivered on self-propelled modular transporters between Aug. 26 and Sept. 9, they are a first of their kind for North American airports.
Arkansas highway expansion overcomes a time-consuming triple culvert, weak soils, supplier slowdowns and even endangered mussels.
ENR Texas & Louisiana’s Contractor of the Year powers forward, growing through pandemic-related challenges while also marking its 25th anniversary.
The challenges of 2020 forced contractors to be nimble, and now regional firms are seeing signs of a promising remainder of 2021.
ENR Texas & Louisiana honors 18 Best Projects and 29 Awards of Merit across 18 categories, and announces a new special award for Excellence in Sustainability.
Carrollton, Texas-based Cherry Coatings has been named ENR Texas & Louisiana’s 2021 Specialty Contractor of the Year.